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l'heWoo dvilleRepublican Published every Friday by The Woodvllle Republieau, Box 606, Woodvllle, Miss. 39669 J.hn S. l,ewis, Owner & Editor lubserlptlon Rates: One year, $4.00; 6 moo., $2.25; 3 moo., $1.25. Payable in advance. Second Class postage paid at Woodvllte, Miss. 39fi69. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ander, son returned home last weekend frzm Sh,awnee, Okl.ahoma, wheJre they attended funeral .servlee:s for his cousin, Miss Ollie Corban. 'M[,ss Irma Butler had as house guests the first of he week Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Owens of Mem- phis. Mr. Bill McCurley of Denver, Colorado, was a recert ,house guest of his mother, Mrs. Mil- dred McC.urley. Mr. and Mrs. David Stilley and son, Bill, of Independence, La., spent the weekend wi,t her parent,s, Mr. ,and Mrs. J. D. Nettles, and family. The Woodvlle Republ;can, Centrevi!le News Woodville, Misslssppl Mr. and Mr, s. Roy Doughty of lCA REGISTRATION McComb visited with the James Rl.''ration of students for MeCraines on Friday moning Centreville Academy f.r the of last week, 1973-74 ession vdll bein Men- Mr. and, Mrs. T. R. White had day, April 9. Principal Hillery as their recent house guests Mr. H=rne ann.ounced this week. and Mrs. Hoyt White of Green- Tlle fee for reg!stration will be ville, who accompanied t.hem o 20 if paid on or before April 30, Mobile, Ala.. for a weekend visit and thereafter will be $25. wlth their sister, Mrs. L. O. Williams. and family. Mrs. Charles MeElwee had as Mrs. Will White of Centreville buse guests last week her niece, and her to,their, Mr. Henry An- ders of Goster, spent several Mrs. Robert Lander. and Mr. Landor of Grand Fork, Nortl] days last week vi..iting in the Dako,ta. home of their sister and d,augh- ter, Mrs. ,Riley Everett, and The Rev. and Mrs. H. Ray family i,n ,Houston. Texans. Quick enjoyed a recent family reunion at the Parsonage with Mrs.. R. A. Allum.s. has re- relatives Irom Jackson, Mcgee. SCIIOLASTIC RECOGNIrlON DAY ---M!:s Tone Rollins of Con- turned home after a recent visit Biloxi. ,and North Carolina. treville was hnored recently al 'Scholastic Recognition :Day" a in Baon Rouge with her dough - ter, Mrs. Veena Mac Smlh, who Mns. Jerry E. Dozier of Tupelo Missis_qppi College. Br. Che.%er Swor. well known youth counselor accompanied her on a vi'lt ith is spending .this week with her and author, was he gues speaker at a dinner honoring student, s other reila%ives: Mr. ,and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. David and their parents. Mi,; Rollins is pictured with her f.ther. Mr. R. E. Allums ,nd hildren in Nickel. Joseph A. Rollins. who with Mr:. Rollins was on hand for the IElllSville, Mrs. E. A. Williams Mrs. Audrey Hughes and Mrs. occasion. M.C. Photo by Bill Strange) land family i Pascagoula, and Bernice Freeman of Clinton. La.. ......... "Russell and Mrs. Lil- spent Mond.ay in the home el ACTIVITIES PLAINED AT Centreville Academy IMrs. Bob I lian Miller .In Habtlesburgr, teir s":ster, Mrs. Bertha Flac- comlo, in Wood'v,ille. VAN CLEAVE LmRARY NEWS Is Ready for the Prom Let us help you get ready for yours .... with our excellent line of fine suits. The Mississippi Bavtlst Worn- EACH DAY NEXT WEEK en's MJ,s'sion.ary Union guest d,ay I I Last week we hosted two base- SqlITe Sh0 lunc,heonwas held on ThursdaYl Mrs. J. Carl Poole and her ball games. On Tuesd, ay night a,t Centrevtlle Baptist Church. comm, lttee, Mrs. Fxancis Mulkey, we played Chamberlain Hunt, Mns. Ventress Knighton Mrs. losing 7-2. On Thursd,ay we Mrs. Nannie Ash h, ad as guests Dennie Nutt, Mrs.:iirgil Mulkey, played Franklin Academy, win- last weekencl ,her grand,son, Mrs. J,ack Caney,/"and Mrs. E.arl ning 5-4. COUNTY'S FINEST scott Ash, and, his guest, Miss DuBose. have a ,week of fun" This week we'll be playi,ng WILKINSON - B, ennie El]ison both of Pasea-lplanned for Natio.al Library five games because we have to goula. They attended the Notch- I Week, April 8-14. at Kevin Pole make up he ones that were MEN'S SHOP ez Pilgrimage Satur.d,ay. ] Van .Cleave 1Vlmorial Library. Icalled off ecause of bad The Morning Circle of United Men.flay nght, from 7 to 9. weather. Method.ist Women held ,their an open house will feature a  The Span!'h Club had a go- April meeting on Tue,day in the Taster's Fair. Re,lpes will be rage sale Friday afternoon at home of Mrs. Ethel Anderson. taken from bo0.' available a the old depot location on Main Mrs. N.annie 'Ash. president, op- the library. Itreet. The sale will be con- ened the mooring wF0h prayer, and Mrs. Annie Mac Wright gave Tuesday ndght will be surlrise i tinued at a later date. the devotion, al. Mrs. Annie Sims night, beginning a 7. You'll be i The Jayeees ,are going to have as program ch,airman presented sorry if you mis,s this one. a Turkey Shoot at Centreville "Glory of t,he Cross" by Billy l Wecn.esday morning, ,from 9 Academy on April 7. Y,ou have Or, ahem, outlining four reas.onslt'o 11. a bu'iness men,s aad to be 18 years old to enter the why we should g l, ory in the women's coffee will be held. I competition, so that lets most ' Cross of Je!sus. hursday night will feature'of us out. But we are planning the H.flltop Band. This sl, ars to wa,teh 1he fun. ,a,t 7 o'clock, and if you like good On Friday mourning ,the For- music it i.s a must. [ . estry Club met. Mr. Tracy Smith, Nature's Best BEANS ,.iday n, igh, t at 7, Mrs. Rogers Coun,ty Forester, showed a ilm ] 5 oz.-4 varieties Rials will present ,her puppet I 5ntitledHollow.,, "Mystery at Smokey Parkmeadow CENTREVILLE MOTORS YOUR Friday, April 6, 1973 What's The Beef? "Cattle too high? Would you believe too cheap?" This was the heading on a little essay somebody left on the desk in a Texas newspaper office. We suggest you =lip it out and show it to people who complain about meat prices. If the price of choice steers had gone up as fast since 1950 as the price of a first-class postage stamp, steers would be bringing $77 per hundred. If beef prices had increased as much as medical care, steers would be selling for $72.34. If the rise had been as fast as hourly pay, the figure would be $80.60. Compared to the cost of having a 'baby, steers would be bringing $119.13. Compared to the daily cost of hospital service, steers woul be bringing $179.69. It is time rural farmers and ranchers spoke up, and if that doesn't curl your lasso, the live cattle price in Europe at the beginning of 1973 averaged $56 per hundred. Some city dudes don't seem to understand that is still takes 24 months to 9et a two year old steer, and we don't know any way to shorten that process to meet the demand. PAUL'S FEATURES USDA TENDER CHOICE BEEF how. Hobby collections will be on Invitati.ons have been mailed 10 displa#l,Wee.l',!llert y ou,r to t,he JunQr-Senior banque and Centreville MR. PAUL'S attending la_e activities. You'll :night. be glad yau did. Don't forget that the Pup- Supermarket petown Players will 'be here on Sgt. (Re,t.) and Mrs. Joh,nny April 10 at 1:30. Prices will be Hoffpauer and daughter. Ka:thy, 5Oc for pro-so,heel children and of C,epperas Cove Texas. are elementary school students, 75c visiting in the homes, of their for high school i,tudents, and $1 parents, Mr. and Mr,s. I-Ioffpauer for adults. We think people of and Mr. m:d Mrs. Hubert Rich. all ages will enjoy "The Sworc Sgt. Ho,ffpauer reth'ed from the in the Stone." which tells the . , r medicM bra.''.h of the Army on story of the coming of King February21, 1973, after ' years.. Arthur. '"' IT BONE STEAK Ib $] and ix mon,ths service, includ- La'-t V,.,Lsd:,y nih..t the n two tour3 of duty in Go;r- American Gowrnment class w,as i  many oue i Korea, one in the etertaim:d at a Hobo Party bY l Ca):'l Zone.,and one in Victim,am. Mrs. Conerly in her home. Ev--. He is he recipient .'.,,.f the Bronze eryone bad a good time. Mrs. Star and the U.',.S. Army Cam- Nex, t Wednesday night menda.tion medal, Conecly .and her Bible class, Bone-in "' -- which consists of thirty-one FG B l'resi'In'len a.nd one sophl)more,[ RUMP ROAST Ib $1 rm ureau will go tO MeComb to ,see She movie. "The Greate-t Story Ever Ford INSIJI'.AN('E 2'Nllon,al Library Week will b,e COMPANIES lob,served next week. Elementary and high school students are "Owned By Those It Serves" work,[n.g on projects for the * Fire-A.l,o-l,ife l poster competition. I Florida Juice Dealer "'r'" ' * Farm & Oei'lral I,iability ORANGES *Workm,.'s Oompe,|sation 3 for 10c PAULS RICIIA R:  i 1 ,ACCOMIO MR. ' Box 444 -- rh, .gBR-Sfi61 or 4GIZ Supermarket Lynn's Virginia PROM TIME Is Formal Time and Virginia Lynn's ' has the formals tor you. Cer.nter-Centreville Featuring New and Used Cars / SALES and SERVICE Venton McNabb, Owner Bubba McNabb and Frank Foster, Salesmen Phone 645.2371 Centreville, Miss. ROUND STEAK lb. $1. SIRLOIN STEAK lb. $1. Boneless P0l ROAST Ik $1.19 SIRLOIN TIP ROAST lb. $1.49 ieadoW Sho nter-